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Join Dj Cee O and Holloway's Idea creater Lloyd Holloway as they play some of their favorite records from the Golden Era of Hip Hop. For those that don't know, the Golden Era stretches from the late 80's to the mid 90s, give or take a year or two. Topics such as the top MCs, DJs, and most influential producers amd albums will be discussed. This episode will focus on The Wu Tang Clan and producer Easy Mo Bee (Biggie, 2Pac, Alicia Keys, Big Daddy Kane, Rza, Gza, Etc.)
Dyana Prinze aka Wonda Woman joins me on Speak Live Nation to discuss her start in hip hop from a woman's perspective, what was it like to be under the watch of hip hop legend RZA, Ghostface Killah, and Wu-Tang Clan. She had very interesting advice for women going for their dreams in the notion of male dominated industries and how to deal with chauvinistic attitudes they may encounter.
Dyana Prinze aka Wonda Woman is a lyricist/singer/songwriter from Brooklyn who got her start after singing for Ghostface Killah. She later became a songwriter and background singer for RZA. She eventually developed her own rhyme style and began her journey as one of the dopest female MCs to emerge from the Wu-Tang camp. Her single "Hit the Floor" (produced by Dj Scratch) gained her the "Unsigned Champ" title for three weeks on Future Flavas on Power 105.1fm with The Legendary Dj Marley Marl of "Juice Crew" Fame. Her single "ASKIN U2 STAY" (produced by Bronze Nazareth) was featured on The Wu-Tang Stainless Steel Series Mixtape,Females of the Rap Game vol.3, "Wu-Ladies Compilation",and several other mixes. Her upcoming EP "UNDERESTIMATED" is set to be released Fall 2015. She has opened for Black Thought and QuestLove (The Roots), Jeru The Damaja, and has also shared the stage with M.O.P, Wu-Tang, Mos Def,Cappadonna,Dres (Black Sheep) and many others. She is a true artist with infinite lyrics and savvy delivery. She's also featured on three tracks on Cappadonna's release "HOOK OFF", the first Hip-Hop release with no hooks ! Wonda Woman has currently released her self-titled single "Wonda Woman" produced by DJ Flipcyide! She is a powerful emcee whose natural talent and love for hip hop is expressed in every rhyme. She is paving her own way in this male -dominated industry and continues building her brand as a hip hop veteran.
BDSIR NETWORK Presents another edition of the uncut, unedited, Hip Hop Show in it's purest form. Celebrating Cappadonna's Birthday, and ONE GOTS TO GO: Producers - DJ Premier, Pete Rock, J Dilla, Kanye West...
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1. MISS C BROWN - RePPiN4U Intro
2. JAY ELECTRONICA - Can I Kick It? (Holladay)
3. DOOMSTARKS - Lively Hood
4. SPLIFF STAR F/ BUSTA RHYMES - Big Rings
5. KXNG CROOKED - If I Was Dre
6. XL (SADAT X & EL DA SENSEI) - We Must Stand
7. SCARFACE - Rooted
8. RZA & GZA - Third World (Cylent Assassin Remix)
9. AIM & QNC F/ GRAND PUBA & SEAN PRICE - We Don't Play
10. VERBAL KENT - Illustrate
11. DJ SOKO F/ RASHEED CHAPPELL - Land Mine
12. KRISWONTWO F/ GEORGIA ANNE MULDROW/OH NO/EL DA SENSEI - Elevations
13. ERICK SERMON F/ FAITH EVANS - With You
14. SEMI HENDRIX (RAS KASS & JACK SPLASH) - Jesus Pressed Mute
15. J-LIVE - Feel This
16. CAPPADONNA - Winter Warz (Outro)
RePPiN4U Hip Hop Show: MAKE NOISE! (Rock & Hip Hop Crossover Special)
1. RePPin4U Intro - Mixed by Miss C Brown
2. AGALLAH - T.R.O.P (They Reminsce Over Price)
3. RAMPAGE - I Run D MCs (Dj Dinero Remix)
4. APOLLO BROWN F/ WESTSIDE GUNN & PLANET ASIA - Triple Beams
5. JOE BUDDEN - Broke
6. REDMAN - Dopeman
7. JIGMASTAS - Thief's Theme
8. RAPPER BIG POOH & NOTTZ F/ NOVEJ - Memory
9. JAY ROCK F/ BUSTA RHYMES - Fly On The Wall
10. SHADFATHER - Wrestling With Words
11. JEUCE THE SLAYER F/ RAH / FDOT1 - Bitter Sweet (Bajanz)
12. ADD-2 - Set It Off
13. VERBAL KENT F/ SKYZOO - Wilkes Booth
14. MARVELOUS MAG F/ HOPE THE GREAT - Hip Hop
15. SCARFACE / PAPA REU - Rooted
16. SEAN PRICE - Forever P
18. METHOD MAN F/ HANZ ON / CARLTON FISK - Soundcheck
19. P.DIDDY F/ M.O.P. BUSTA RHYMES - Bad Boy 4 Life (Remix)
20. PUBLIC ENEMY F/ ANTHRAX - Bring The Noise
21. RZA F/ DOG EAT DOG - Step Right In
22. ICE CUBE F/ KORN - F**k Dying
23. CYPRESS HILL - Rock Superstar
24. SEAN PRICE - How The Gods Chill
25. LIMP BISKIT F/ METHOD MAN / REDMAN / DMX - Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle)
26. BODY COUNT F/ ICE-T - Cop Killer
27. PHAROAHE MONCH - Got You
28. BUSTA RHYMES F/ LENNY KRAVITZ - Make Noise
29. XZIBIT F/ SEVENDUST - What You See Is What You Get
30. OUTRO - The Burial Song
On today’s very special edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 20th anniversary of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...! Can it still be considered among of the greatest rap albums ever released? Is it the single most complete rap album of all time? Did the Wu-Tang Clan as a whole hit their creative peak with this album? Should it be considered an actual solo album or more of a group effort? Did it play a significant role in establishing filmmaker John Woo as a cult figure in the United States? Did it single handedly establish “Mafioso rap” as a viable subgenre? What makes it stand out from other, similarly themed rap albums of its time? Should Raekwon continue making sequels to his transcendent masterpiece?
The driving force behind one of the groups that defined 90's hip hop, Rza of the WuTang Clan took time out to talk to the Punch Drunk Critics about his new film The Man with the Iron Fists, a Kung Fu extravaganza with heavy roots in old school martial arts cinema. John and Travis will bring you up to speed on the movie and Rza's journey to get to this point. As well as bring you the man himself to talk about this dream project of his.
Check out episode 62 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast. Join us as we discuss our expectations for the hip-hop world this summer, play some amazing #officialtissue selections, and empower or debunk myth after myth.
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"FREEWAY" RICK ROSS SPEAKS LIVE WITH CELEBRITY PUBLICIST TAM LAWRENCE
Ricky Donnell Ross, better known as “Freeway” Rick Ross, is one of those rare figures whose experience as a drug kingpin has lead him to a life of rebuilding the community in which he once helped destroy. According to the Oakland Tribune” In the course of his rise, prosecutors estimate that Ross exported several tons of cocaine nationally, and made more than $600 million in the process. Counting inflation its 1.6 billion dollars comparing 1986 to 2010. Now, he has applied the passion that helped him build an empire to helping the youth, Ross has been given a second chance to uplift his community by giving back through mentoring and sharing his story. He plans to inspire many of today’s youths to achieve their greatest successes without following in his footsteps.
Ross was a key figure in VH1′s Emmy nominated documentary “Planet Rock History of Crack and Hip Hop featuring Snoop Dogg, Rza and B-Real of Cypress Hill. As well as the second episode of the first season of BET’s American Gangster documentary series which focused on his story and his connection to the Iran-Contra scandal.He is currently in the process of creating the feature length film of his life story with Nick Cassavetes, his own documentary “Crack in the System” and creating his autobiographical book.
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dmitting that the crew was using PCP through the night, Rae remembered ODB amping everyone up with a pushup contest.
"That brother right there is just amazing within himself," Raekwon said of ODB. "One story we had was we all was—even when we was on the road we was still fucking around, smoking dust and all that shit. Some dudes still had habits that was just habits 'cause we was associated with that kind of crowd of niggas. Like I said, for every Wu-Tang member, he has his own entourage. That's why we was always so deep. You got nine brothers, you may know ten dudes and you may know eight and you know six, you may be with the normal three that you with, he come with 12. That's 60 niggas right there. So everybody had their audience of dudes they ran with. At that time we was around RZA's crew of dudes. These niggas was just hooded out, whatever whatever.
"One night we was all in the room smoking dust just, 'Boom, boom, boom,'" he continued. "Dust is like that embalming fluid. So we in there blowing. Why me, Dirty, RZA, a couple other brothers from the hood, I think we wound up doing like 900 pushups that day, apiece. We all was just getting on the floor getting it in. Some niggas was at like 1,200. We smoking dust, amped up, like, 'Yeah, yeah, c'mon!' I think Dirty did about like 1,100 that night. I did about 950. Mind you, I never did that many pushups in my life. I did so many pushups that Goddamn day that I wasn't even dusted no more. I wiped that shit right out my body...That was some shit. Dirty, he was an amazing individual. That's one of the memories I can remember 'cause he was the one that was definitely amping everybody up."
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 20th anniversary of Léon: The Professional! Is it one of the greatest action-thrillers ever made? Is it Luc Besson’s best film to date? Is Léon the single most effective assassin in movie history? Is the “international version” truly better than the theatrical cut? Can the film essentially be considered a love story between Léon, an adult male assassin, and Mathilda, a 12 year girl? Is it merely about a “gifted” man child who corrupts the morals of a minor? If so, does that automatically make the film morally reprehensible? Is it possible to handle such material in a “responsible” manner? Is the film deceptively complex?
We’ll also be talking about the Wu-Tang Clan’s latest (and possibly final) album, A Better Tomorrow! Is it a fitting conclusion to their 21-year odyssey, or their single worst album to date? Should it even have been released? Does it only serve to further tarnish their troubled legacy? Has infighting caused this once mighty rap collective to implode? Is it time for both them and their fans to finally move on?
We’ll also be dissecting the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens! Why is John Boyega wearing stormtrooper armor? How significant is his role in the new trilogy? Why has his mere presence in the film raised such a furor? Have Star Wars fans become irredeemably racist? Have they always been racist? Is the crossguarded lightsaber truly impractical?
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